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ON TO THE CHAMPION
ON TO THE CHAMPION
FOR A BETTER G. H. S.
GREENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL, Greensboro, N. C., Feb. 20. 1923
GREENSBORO QUINT IS
WINNER IN FIRST
Playing team work for all they
were worth, the G. H. S. basket
ball, team won the first game of
the championship series from Bes
semer high school, b riday night,
at Guilford College, when they
took the large end of a 28 to 23
During the first half, the
Greensboro team outplayed tlieir
opponents in every pliase of the
game, their passing and guard
ing was unusually ettective, and
when the whistle blew the score
stood Hi to 2 in lavor of G. hi. S.
in the last half the Bessemer
band came back with a playing
spirit that threatened to override
the work ot '^oacli i’ark s boys.
The last few minutes of play
were filled with excitement, and
the supporters ot both teams
rooted lustily again, and again.
Throughout the game the G. H.
S. men played together as a man.
NEW CAPTAINS CHOSEN
Stynette and Sellars are honored
Due to the old captain being
out of chool, the girls’ basketball
team has chosen Yvonne Styn
ette, better known as “Pete,” to
lead them through the remain
der of the season. The new cap
tain plays the pivot position and
is a player whose skill is ranked
highly by her team mates. Quick
as a cat, Pete never misses a
moment of play. She is always
in the fray and usually she comes
out with the ball in her hand.
So far this girls’ team has not
lost a game, and if everything
goes all right, it looks as though
“Pete” is destined to head the
State Championship team.
Due to the misfortune of Knot
Williams in being unable to con
tinue as captain of the basket
ball squad it was necessary to
elect a new captain to lead the
team for the rest of the season.
Earl Sellers was elected upon
the recommendation of Coach
Park. Sellars is not only a first
class guard but is a real leader
and is the best man possible for
the place. Although the team has
had hard luck In some of the
games thus far it iis ready to
start in on the championship
series and repeat last year’s per
formance inwinning the state
AT IT AGAIN
The very good training derived
at G. H. S. is serving N. C. C.
W. students well. The former
cheer leader of G. H. S.—“Skin-
nie” Wymj has been elected to
lead the N. C. C. W. freshmen
in their cheering. Also Grey Fet
ter has been elected vice-presi
dent of her class. ^
Congratulations girls! congrat
ulations N. C. C. W.
PARTY PROVES GREAT
Games Make Things Lively i
Hail the Conquering Heroes
Come! Or at least we all thought
we were conquering heroes—and
heroines when Miss Summerell’s
Room, her Senior Latin Class,
the faculty and a few other in
vited guests, met at the High
School cafeteria last Friday even
ing after the game and enjoyed
First to “break the ice,” on
each person’s back was pinned
a piece of paper with some word
on it. Then each person was
given a pencil and paper and was
told to secure as large a list of
words as possible from the others’
baik, all the while keeping anyone
from seeing his back. Miss Mar
garet Patterson and Mr. Norman
Cooper, having the most words at
the end of the game, were given
the prizes—they were allowed to
talk to the young man and
young lady of their choice for
This was followed by an excit
ing peanut race in which every
one took part. Then came a
banana race in which three blind
folded boys were seated opposite
three blind-folded girls. The
girls and boys tried to find each
others’ bananas. The winners of
this ridiculous race were M. C.
Comer and Nancy Little.
The next things of interest
were the foot ball game and the
song charades. The crowd was
divided, alphabetically, into four
Continued on page 4
The High School will ob
serve the second Better
Speech Week, February 19-
23. This celebration will be
observed differently from
that in November. Each one
is to note the effective well
chosen words of others. We
will call attention to the cor
rect expressions and try to
use the best language possi
SCHEDULE FOR BASKET
A meeting was held Wednes
day, February 14th at the O.
Henry to arrange for the State
Basketball championship series.
Greensboro was placed in group
5 with Trinity, High Point,
Jamestown, South Buffalo, and
Bessemer, which are scheduled to
play as follows: High Point vs.
Trinity at Greensboro Y. M. C.
A.; Jamestown vs. South Bullalo
at Guilford, Saturday; Bessemer
vs. Greensboro, at Guilford, Fri
day 16th. The winner of the
High Point-Trinity and James
town-South Buffalo game will
play vs. the winner of the Besse-
me-Greensboro game at Guilford
on Friday 23rd. Following this
another meeting of the managers
will be held to make further ar
HI Y CLUB CELEBRATES
LINCOLN S BIRTHDAY WITH
PROGRAM IN CHAPEL
Last Monday the chapel pro-
[ gram was in charge of Mr. Chas.
I Phillips’ Hi-Y Club which enter
tained the students with a very
interesting program on Lincoln.
Harry Neil, president of Hie
Club, presided. The first speaker
introduced was Egbert Anderson
who gave a brief talk, explaining
what the Hi-y club is, and what
it stands for. The second thing
on the program was a sketch of
Lincoln’s life, given by Arthur
Davant. Next was the “Perfect
Tribute” read by Harvey Ljung.
Following this was Lincoln’s
“Gettysburg Address” delivered
by Mr. Neal. At this time the
program was cut short by the
ringing of the bell, leaving part
of the program unheard.
DRAMATIC CLUB TO STAGE
WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES’
To Have Charge of Chapel
DR. PARKER GIVES SPLENDID
TALK TO G. H. S. GIRLS
In a most interesting and in
structive way. Dr. Valeria Par
ker spoke to the girls Friday on
the subject of “The Story of
Life.” She very beautifully
traced the life of living things
from the one-celled plant to the
highest stage of life.
Dr. Parker is universally know
and a very interesting speaker.
She spoke at both the N. C. C.
V\'. and the Greensboro College
on the same subject and her talks
proved to be most successful.
MLLE. PICHOT ADDRESSES
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Text books may teach us the
fundamentals of French, but
nothing can teach pronunciation
and the beauty of this musical
Romance language like hearing a
real Frenchmen speak it. It was
with earnest appreciation that
Le Cercle Francais heard Mile.
Pichot at 3:30 February 15. She
lectured so delightfully on
France, and the people and cus
toms there, that the members sat
intensely listening, not only to
the clear information she gave
them in such easy, simple French,
but also to her lovely French ac
cent. Listening to her was an
opportunity and pleasure that
none will forget. Her informa
tion was made more real by her
passing around many post cards
representing the phases of French
life which she discussed.
Mile. Pichot came to North
Carolina College for Women as
an exchange student from France
last September. In addition to
her college work, as a student,
she teaches several French class
es in the college.
To Mile. Pichot, Le Cercle
Francais extends a very hearty
welcome to all its meetings.
—Jennie Adams, High Life Re
Perhaps you have not heard
enough about the Dramatic club
this year to be enthused or excit
ed. Of course you have heard
about “Our Play.” As you know
last year the Dramatic Club gave
a play, which was a great success
It was quite the catch of the
season, and everybody enjoyed it.
This year the Dramatic club is
going to give a play, which will
be “quite the berries.’’ The title
of the play is “What Happened
to Jones.” It is a comedy in three
acts. Full of merriment and fun,
it will make the old as well as
the young cry with laughter.
Of course to form the comedy
we must have comedians. I am
sure you will agree with me when
you see who they are.
Mrs. Goodly: Matronly, Man
ner decided but not aggressive.
Isn’t that just like Bertha Ferree?
Cissy: Ebenezer’s ward. 22
years old. A flapper, knowing but
not tough. None other than
Marjorie: Ebenezer’s daughter,
about 20. Romantic disposition.
And Joe Thomason is so roman
Minerva: Also Ebenezer’s
daughter. (About 26, (a refined
bachelor girl. Yes, Mary Rosa
lind Bowden is beginning to look
Alvina: About 45, old fashion-
Continued on page 4
GESTS G. H. S. QUINTET
G. H. S. Faculty Wins over
On Thursday night Feb. 8,
Greensboro High School played
Winston High School in perhaps
the most exciting game seen on
a Greensboro Count this season.
Winston secured the big end of
a 20 to 17 score at 7:30 o’clock.
Immediately following this game
on the same floor the Greensboro
faculty won from the Winston
faculty by a 13 to 9 score.
Greensboro seems to be unable
to break her losing streak that
has hung to her since the begin
ning of school but according to
the improvement in the basket
ball team she shows promise of
adding a championship to her
Roth teams played a good game
of ball and stars were hard to
find. The passing was good and
the defense of Greensboro was
In the faculty game stars seem
ed to shine forth from every an
gle and it might well have been
called an all star game.
Norman Cooper: “I flunked be
cause you asked me questions I
Mr. Berlon: “Norman, I would
have a time picking out the ones
vou did know.”
GATE CITY GIRLS ARE
EASY VICTORS OVER THE
Concord, Feb. 16.—The Greens
boro high school girls tonight lit
erally wiped up the floor with the
Concord lassies, the score of the
basketball clash being 45 to 6.
Throughout the contest the
Greensboro team outplayed the
locals. The passing of the Gate
City outfit completely mystifying
the Concord representatives. The
Greensboro girls were also very
accurate in throwing goals.
Miss Margaret Myers, with 13
field goals and two fouls to her
credit was the individual star.
Other Greensboro players mak
ing excellent showings included
Webster, with five field goals and
one foul; and Patterson, four field
goals and one foul.
Greensboro: Myers and Patter
son, forwards; Butner, center;
Clapp and Barton, guards. Dick
and Crowell, forwards; Boone,
center; Winecoff and Hethcock,
J, HARVET DURGESS HERE
LAST MONDAY NIGHT
Bad Weather Keeps Crowd Away
J. Harvey Burgess played upon
his audience like a musician on
a harp. He carried it first into
gales of laughter and then into
depths of pathos. One moment
his listeners were almost hyster
ical with mirth and the next—
tears stood in their eyes. Thus
did he prove himself an enter
tainer of the first rank.
His opening query, “Where
are my wandering boys tonight?”
seemed very appropriate, for, due
to the inclemency of the weather,
his audience though appreciative,
Mr. Burgess, also known as the
“I-^oet of Ozarks,” was brought
to Greensboro under the auspices
of the Athletic Association. Those
who did not hear this quick wit-
ted humorist missed a rare treat.
The Athletic Association had
hoped to derive considerable fi
nancial aid from this entertain
ment, but their hopes were all
dreams so they will have to re
sort to other methods to gain
their “filthy lucre.”
Poetry Club Entertained by
The Poetry Club was delight
fully entertained, Monday night,
February at the home of Miss
Katherine Gregory, d'he meet
ing was an enthusiastic discus
sion of Alfred Noyes led by Lou
ise Smith. Also the contempora
ry poem was chosen for publica
tion in the next issue of High
Life. The title being “The Pil
The hostess served delicious
hot chocolate, cakes, and candy.
Each time the club meets some
thing new and worth while is ac